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    2022 Asian Seniors Auckland Oct 14-22

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    Good to know... thanks KB. For those of a more seasoned vintage, there's also the World Seniors (also 50+ and/or 65+) in beautiful Assisi, Italy in late November, now that international travel is starting to normalise a bit again.

    Cheers, Kevin Casey

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    I have promised the Kiwi organisers I will post updates of entries, so here is the first one:

    Over 50
    IM Gary Lane (AUS) 2328
    IM P.D.S. Girinath (IND) 2311
    FM Arlan Cabe (PHI) 2285
    CM Tony Dowden (NZL) 2004
    CM Joseph Ebenezer (IND) 1856

    Over 65
    FM Efren Bagamasbad (PHI) 2014
    Miles Patterson (AUS) 1895
    David Lovejoy (AUS) 1712
    Nigel Cooper (NZL) 1515
    Barry Hooton (NZL) 1323
    Fischer visiting Tal in hospital - Curaçao 1962

    "You must take your opponent into a deep dark forest where 2+2=5, and the path leading out is only wide enough for one." - Mikhail Tal
    "My favourite piece is the one that wins" - Bobby Fischer

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    CC Grandmaster Tony Dowden's Avatar
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    Second update: Just a couple more entries from NZL players.

    Over 50
    IM Gary Lane (AUS) 2328
    IM P.D.S. Girinath (IND) 2311
    FM Arlan Cabe (PHI) 2285
    CM Tony Dowden (NZL) 2004
    CM Joseph Ebenezer (IND) 1856
    CM Benjamin Lim (NZL) 1854
    Richard Zajkowski (NZL) 1777

    Over 65
    FM Efren Bagamasbad (PHI) 2014
    Miles Patterson (AUS) 1895
    David Lovejoy (AUS) 1712
    Nigel Cooper (NZL) 1515
    Barry Hooton (NZL) 1323

    The NZ Seniors & Veterans Championships are on in Auckland next weekend, so maybe some of the entrants in those events will decide to play in the Asian Seniors as well.
    Fischer visiting Tal in hospital - Curaçao 1962

    "You must take your opponent into a deep dark forest where 2+2=5, and the path leading out is only wide enough for one." - Mikhail Tal
    "My favourite piece is the one that wins" - Bobby Fischer

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